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Synonyms for probationary

under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon

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Recruiters, department chairs, and medical directors should not make any statements that imply a permanent contract with a probationary member.
First, with some exceptions, the employment-at-will doctrine already enables most firms, especially nonunion firms, to discharge any workers for productivity or other business-related reasons, subsequent to the probationary period.
It was for this reason that the owner opted, initially, to enter into a probationary stipulation, hoping that the tenant's medical treatment of her condition would result in a diminution of her objectionable conduct.
Many employers require newly hired employees to serve a probationary period during which they can be discharged for little or no reason.
One cat association has already accepted the curl cat as an official breed, and another has granted it probationary status, says breeder Bradley L.
Career Education Corporation (NASDAQ: CECO) today reported that the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) has extended the probationary status of American InterContinental University (AIU) for a one-year period.
The President was talking to a delegation of probationary officers of Pakistan Administrative Service which called on him at the Aiwan-e-Sadr.
Contract Notice: Provision of a report which:a) analyses the comparative costs of how other professions implement probationary years andb) offers an evidenced appraisal of delivery options for an NQSW probationary year including costing
Noida (Uttar Pradesh), July 1 ( ANI ): The Amity Institute of Training and Development (AITD) has started a three month training programme for 500 probationary officers of Allahabad Bank at the Amity Campus in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
23, the court's Third Division junked the suit of two University of the East professors who charged the school with illegal dismissal after their dean repeatedly extended their probationary status as professors for not having master's degrees.
Mrs Welch was dismissed following a three-month probationary period after she did not attend a meeting to discuss a failure to complete legal paperwork.
Peshawar, July 24, 2009 (Frontier Star) -- A group of probationary DMG officers posted in various IDP camps for serving the IDPs during the current crisis were seen off by Provincial Relief Commissioner and Incharge of Emergency Response Unit (ERU) Muhammad Azam Khan.
7, 2007, was still considered a probationary employee and not qualified for protection under the municipal employees contract.
Recently the humble probationary (or trial) period was placed under the spotlight after the National party announced its intention to introduce a 90-day grievance-free probationary period, if elected as the next government.
Have to spend at least one year as a probationary citizen when they will be ineligible for council housing or most benefits